Commonwealth Waste Solutions Reminds Homeowners in Chesterfield County Virginia to Get Their Septic Tanks Pumped This Spring

Commonwealth Waste Solutions, a company based in Chesterfield, VA, wants to remind homeowners in Chesterfield County and neighboring counties to have their septic tanks pumped this spring, especially those that have not had their tanks pumped for a long while. The company's mission is to provide the most professional and friendly septic tank services possible while ensuring that they are competitively priced. Those who want to know more about the company and their services can check out their Facebook page at

Jason Muzzy, owner of Commonwealth Waste Solutions, says, “Spring is a good time to have your septic tank pumped. In fact, a septic tank that is near capacity should be pumped during the spring to avoid flooding from heavy spring rain showers. Make sure your tank is pumped this spring season, especially if your tank has not been pumped for the last three to five years, there is water pooling in the yard, there are offensive smells, drains are slow, or there is sewage backup.”

For homeowners who can’t remember the last time the system was last pumped, they recommend that they schedule their tanks to be pumped this spring. Those who notice random water pooling in their yard, or the presence of luxurious green grass near their septic tank and drain field, are also advised to have their tank pumped because these are signs of septic tank leakage. And if there are foul odors emanating from drains inside the home or in the yard, these could possibly be the result of sewage backups or the septic tank being almost full.

Another possible indication of the need to have the tank pumped is that the drains are slow. Slow drains may be a sign that the tank is almost full. And finally, the most obvious sign of a potential septic tank problem is raw sewage backing up into the house. Sewage backup is certainly not a pleasant experience, not to mention its negative health impact on the people living in the home. Homeowners are strongly advised to consult professionals like the septic tank specialists from Commonwealth Waste Solutions as quickly as possible to have their septic system inspected to determine the actual cause of the sewage backup.

Meanwhile, homeowners and other property owners who have experienced the services provided by Commonwealth Waste Solutions have left highly positive reviews about them on various platforms, such as on For instance, Karen S. gave them five stars on Yelp and said, “Trustworthy, punctual, respectful.... What else can one ask for in a business? Open communication from the beginning to end. Jason is extremely knowledgeable in the world of septic systems. We have an Orenco AdvanTex treatment system and Jason went above and beyond to make sure the pumping service was correct. I would recommend Commonwealth Waste to anyone needing assistance with their septic system. Often times females are disrespected when it pertains to any mechanical issues and I felt totally at ease. Who would think a customer would be this happy with getting their sh*t pumped out!?”

Jason Muzzy wants to stress that it is vital to have the septic tank pumped regularly because over time, sludge accumulates at the bottom of the tank. Bacteria inside the tank are supposed to regulate the amount of sludge accumulated in the bottom but they are unable to break down the sludge at such a rate that no sludge builds up. Pumping a septic tank will eliminate the sludge as the tank is emptied.

Commonwealth Waste Solutions has also showcased the highly positive reviews the company has received from customers on YouTube. Thus, people who are interested in learning about these reviews can view the videos at

Those who are interested in learning more about the septic tank pumping and other services provided by Commonwealth Waste Solutions can check out their website or contact them on the phone or through email. They are open from Monday to Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.


For more information about Commonwealth Waste Solutions, contact the company here:

Commonwealth Waste Solutions
Jason Muzzy
(804) 895-6355
Commonwealth Waste Solutions
9201 Cattail Rd
Chesterfield, VA 23838